The Lutheran Cartographer is a weekly podcast, released on Tuesday, that explores what it’s like to be Lutheran in different places. We talk to different pastors and laymen to find out what his area is like and what things he would recommend checking out.
Why this podcast?
As society becomes increasingly secularized, especially in my home state of Washington, I wondered what it was like for Lutherans in other areas. I was curious if other Lutherans were seeing the same trends and what life was like where they were. I thought that others might be interested in joining me in finding out so I started The Lutheran Cartographer.
About your host
I work as a software engineer in the Seattle area. I’m a life-long Lutheran and joined the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in the early 2010s. I’m a member of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tacoma, Washington. I enjoy playing board games, backpacking, climbing and making music.
To learn more about me, listen to the show’s first episode.
The best way to get in touch with me is through Twitter, I’m @NWCartography